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How can I override Windows System Font?

 
Konstantinos Kopanias
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Hello everybody,
I am working on an editor that allows the user to write in Ancient Greek, using unicode. So far, the user can edit the text in my editor and then copy-paste it to his document in MS-Word or else.
A more easy way would be , if the user could use a key combination to switch between languages, not only in my editor, but also in MS-Word. Unfortunately, I have no idea at all, how I could override the system font of Windows (XP) with my Ancient Greek one, using an application that runs on a Java-Console.
Your help would be very much appreciated.
 
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